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    #21
    Re: Multiple Email Clients - a slightly different angle...

    If you want a mailserver, that will collect all your POP3 emails, and hold all your outgoing SMTP mails until you connect to the net again (for your own network) then I have written a mailserver and released it for free.

    It is at www.revilloc.com/mailserver

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      #22
      setting up multiple email accounts on Outlook XP

      This is in reguards to:
      "Absolutely, and what's more you don't need to spawn several copies of Outlook to do it.

      Using rules, you can separate the incoming emails from each account into their own respective "inbox" folders - or even better, categories them according to subject, sender or your own headings.

      Of course, check out Mark's solution too - Outlook isn't everyone's cup of tea.

      But it does for me. It's (Express) a reasonable news reader too.


      RobAnt
      I've come over all shy!"

      Could someone please explain step by step how to setup multiple email accounts on Outlook? I am a webmaster and have 5 different email accounts associated with my website. I set up Outlook XP with all 5 accounts but when I click on send/receive, all the messages are downloaded into just 1 inbox. Could some one please show me how to have each different email accounts email go into its own seperate "inbox" so I can have them neatly orginized? I would appreciate any and all help. I have been racking my brain for the last 5 hours trying to figure this out. Thank you in advance for all the help. You can contact me at BOroarke@lvcm.com

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        #23
        setting up multiple email accounts on Outlook XP

        This is in reguards to:
        "Absolutely, and what's more you don't need to spawn several copies of Outlook to do it.

        Using rules, you can separate the incoming emails from each account into their own respective "inbox" folders - or even better, categories them according to subject, sender or your own headings.

        Of course, check out Mark's solution too - Outlook isn't everyone's cup of tea.

        But it does for me. It's (Express) a reasonable news reader too.


        RobAnt
        I've come over all shy!"

        Could someone please explain step by step how to setup multiple email accounts on Outlook? I am a webmaster and have 5 different email accounts associated with my website. I set up Outlook XP with all 5 accounts but when I click on send/receive, all the messages are downloaded into just 1 inbox. Could some one please show me how to have each different email accounts email go into its own seperate "inbox" so I can have them neatly orginized? I would appreciate any and all help. I have been racking my brain for the last 5 hours trying to figure this out. Thank you in advance for all the help. You can contact me at BOroarke@lvcm.com

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          #24
          setting up multiple email accounts on Outlook XP

          This is in reguards to:
          "Absolutely, and what's more you don't need to spawn several copies of Outlook to do it.

          Using rules, you can separate the incoming emails from each account into their own respective "inbox" folders - or even better, categories them according to subject, sender or your own headings.

          Of course, check out Mark's solution too - Outlook isn't everyone's cup of tea.

          But it does for me. It's (Express) a reasonable news reader too.


          RobAnt
          I've come over all shy!"

          Could someone please explain step by step how to setup multiple email accounts on Outlook? I am a webmaster and have 5 different email accounts associated with my website. I set up Outlook XP with all 5 accounts but when I click on send/receive, all the messages are downloaded into just 1 inbox. Could some one please show me how to have each different email accounts email go into its own seperate "inbox" so I can have them neatly orginized? I would appreciate any and all help. I have been racking my brain for the last 5 hours trying to figure this out. Thank you in advance for all the help. You can contact me at BOroarke@lvcm.com

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            #25
            Re: setting up multiple email accounts on Outlook XP

            im sorry guys for the multiple postings. Each time i tried to submit it, the page went blank and I did not know it posted. Sorry again.

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              #26
              Re: setting up multiple email accounts on Outlook XP

              I'm not sure if this is the most effective way, but it's how I do it and works fine...

              Open Outlook

              Create the inboxes that you want

              Select Rules Wizard from the Tools Menu

              Click New...

              Select 'Start from a Blank Rule'

              Select 'Check Messages when they arrive'

              Click Next

              Check the 'Sent to People or Distribution List' box

              In the bottom half of the screen click on the underlined link. This will open your contacts folder. If the email addresses you want to use aren't there, add them using the 'New' button.

              Select the address you want and click OK

              Click Next

              Check the 'Move it to the specified folder' box

              In the bottom half of the screen click on the underlined 'specified' link. This will open a folder tree. Select the one you want and click OK.

              Click Next. Add any exceptions if you want to...

              Click Next. Enter a name for the rule (I use the Email address I've set up the rule for)

              Check run the rule now if you want to..
              Click Finish.

              Hope this helps!!

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